Related formsin·ter·ven·tion·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for interventionist
They think she shares a lot of their interventionist tendencies.
“For them, this is a very aggressive interventionist policy,” Fidler explains.
But is his interventionist approach really what today's economy needs?
Using modern terms one may say that charity is “interventionist.”
Palmerston was inclined to be "interventionist," but was restrained by his colleagues and the influence of the Queen.Mr. Punch's History of Modern England Vol. II (of IV),--1857-1874|Charles L. Graves
Taking the interventionist by the arm, he drew him rapidly out of doors.Tartarin of Tarascon|Alphonse Daudet
One type is market oriented – and the other, interventionist.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin